Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
In Issue 233 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking, we have lots for you to enjoy.In our a€~Projects & Techniquesa€ section, David Barron makes a simple and robust Scandinavian bench; John Bullar looks at the use of Japanese joints in contemporary furniture; Derek Jones builds a Moxon BenchCrafted vice; Anne Briggs Bohnett explores the subject of boring tools; we have the next part of Mark Harrella€ s saw doctor articles; Franciszek de Sage shows how non-interventive techniques can be used to conserve a precious original piece; Charles Mak shares his techniques and tips to get more out of the Domino joiner and Derrick Wilkinson shows you how to make a€~the worlda€ s besta€ finger joint jig.
In a€~Design & Inspirationa€ we go in the workshop with planemaker Oliver Sparks; Joseph Thompson discusses chair repairs in a€~Our Correspondenta€ ; Yannick Chastang looks at the tools and techniques used by 18th Century craftsmen and we take a look at another prized lot from Bonhamsa€ recent furniture auction.
As well as all this, we also have a€~Leadera€ from the Editor; a€~News & Eventsa€ ; a€ F&CUKa€ ; a€~Editora€ s Round-upa€ and a€~Workshop Librarya€ , where we have a number of furniture-related reads that we think youa€ ll enjoy, as well as our website of the month.All this and more In Issue 233!
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